I would eat the entire game before anybody wins.
NO. WHENEVER YOU CAPTURE ONE OF YOUR OPPONENT’S PIECES, YOU GET TO EAT IT.
oh my god think of all the sex happening when kirk and spock play and spock eats the chocolate and gets drunk and mccoy wanders in kirk’s quarters at eight in the morning because they’re naked, covered in icing, and they both have terrible hangovers.
okay, so jim’s birthday is january 4
(same as meeeeee). according to a deleted scene, spock’s birthday is january 6.
does anyone else think that jim definitely insists that they have a joint birthday party every year on the 5th, and spock just goes along with it even though he thinks it’s totally illogical because it’s not actually either of their birthdays (plus i’m sure vulcans don’t celebrate birthdays since that’s probably an emotional thing)
Futurama - Where No Fan Has Gone Before - S04E12
Can we talk about the scene where Stiles asked what Derek was like as a kid? Peter answers “A lot like Scott” but when you watch the actual interaction, he’s nothing like Scott.
I find this an interesting play on Peters character. I think this was also a very big part of why Stiles knew Peter was lying. Aside from the fact that no one is like Scott, you see Derek as a kid.
- He tries to make a girl grab a basketball from him in front of his friends to embarrass her and impress them.
- He only after they leave, goes to apologize to her and expects her name in return for the apology.
- When she offers any instrument in exchange, hoping for redeeming her embarrassment, he acts like a complete smart ass and takes the triangle.
- Pressures Paige into saying she loves him
- Let’s Peter convince him to turn Paige
- When she’s trying to practice, tries to distract her with sexual advances.
- She doesn’t like his friends and he knows this.
Meanwhile Scott, would never turn his friends (in fact tries to track down Boyd to beg him not to be bite), backed off immediately when Allison asked him to during their spar, only hangs out with people he sees good in, constantly asked Allison if she was okay with their sexual advances, offered Allison a pencil on their first meet and constantly apologized for when he messed up (remember he was also fighting his first WEEK of being bitten.) with no audience or no reason other than he was genuinely sorry, doesn’t fall into peer pressure or give peer pressure.
This, I believe, is a great commentary about how Peter really is not all that great of a person. He doesn’t see the differences, because to him there is no difference. Both were conflicted about killing and life, both were head over heels about a girl, and both were a pain in his side.
Tyler Posey in The Exes